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Mental Health Week

Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Let’s take care of it together.

Mind your health with more than 10 events and activities across the city this October. The City of Adelaide supports a range of events and activities for Mental Health Week during October every year. 

Festival of Now

Attractions at the festival include live music and performance, free food, peer sharing circles, arts and crafts, animals and face painting. Head to Light Square on Friday 12 October for this free event!

Event details

Through the Lens

An exhibition celebrating the skills of older South Australians through the art of photography. Available to view in the exhibition spaces of the City Library from Thursday 4th October.

Event details

Free Meditation Sessions

Learn meditation techniques designed to unlock your potential, enhance mental, emotional and physical health and wellbeing and relax the body and mind.

  • North Adelaide: Thursdays 5.30pm - 6.30pm, Free, North Adelaide Community Centre. Event details
  • City South East: 4-part meditation series suitable for beginners - begins on October 9, Free, Box Factory Community Centre. Event details
  • City South West: 1st Saturday of the month 8.30am to 9am, Free, South West Community Centre. Event details
  • City South West: 4 part meditation series from 10 October, Free, South West Community Centre. Event details

Free Fitness 

Exercise can have a big impact on your mental health. Make the most of the free work out equipment, courts and running tracks in the fresh air of the Adelaide Park Lands. The serene sights, sounds, smells of nature while you exercise, make it all the more appealing to pop by on the weekend or even on your way home.

Fitness Equipment Locations

Seeing Green

The Adelaide Town Hall and Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga fountain will be illuminated in green to raise awareness of the fantastic work of Headspace in providing mental and health wellbeing support and services to young people and their families across Australia.

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